Have any small town centres thrived when an out of town supermarket arrives?

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  • jota180
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    Take the humble sausage. A pack from a supermarket with be full of left overs and an adult would probably need half the pack to feel satisfied

    This is what I get from the supermarket

    http://www.debbieandandrews.co.uk/index.php

    They certainly don’t appear to be left-overs

    jota180
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    Premier Icon molgrips
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    Take the humble sausage. A pack from a supermarket with be full of left overs

    Sausages are often made from things like lips, cheeks and noses. This is actually good meat but no-one would buy it cos it looks unpleasant.

    Ewan
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    Cheaper prices, free parking, more choice…. What’s not to love? I’d rather do my shopping in one place that has what I want rather than march from shop to shop and make do.

    In fact we’ve freed ourselves an hour a week and get it delivered from the net. I can now spend my limited free time doing something fun. It’s the future.

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